ANFPP Graduations - October 2020

ANFPP Blacktown went live in 2018 and had the first bubs of the program born in the second half of that year. The clients had been engaged in the program from their pregnancy all the way until their baby turned two and then graduated. The team at ANFPP were pleased to be able to acknowledge the ... Read More

COVID-19 Emergency Response Indigenous Elders Support Program

This program was initiated by the Institute for Urban Indigenous Health who have been advocating to the Australian Government and its Department of Health (DoH) the need for a re-focus on an urban strategy for the Indigenous Elderly. This need has become more apparent as a result of the restrict... Read More

Annual Report Art Competition

Our Annual Report Art Competition saw many entries this year from Western Sydney and Wellington High Schools. Our winner was Lilly Nolan from Wellington High School and her painting is now the cover of our 2020 Annual Report. Second place was awarded to Reaghan Bunn from Emu Plains Public Scho... Read More

Reporting and compliance 2019-2020

WACHS has successfully maintained compliance across all clinical and community programs for Wellington – Dubbo – Mount Druitt – Penrith – Blacktown – Doonside, with all; National Key Performance Indicator reports accepted Indigenous Australian Health Program performance reports accepted ... Read More

WACHS Strategic Plan 2020 – 2023

The WACHS Board has invested into its workforce to redesign, develop and create implementation tools for the 2020-2023 Strategic Plan. This significant investment reinforces WACHS’s commitment to the community-controlled health sector and Aboriginal self-determination, by demonstrating leadership... Read More

Celebrating NAIDOC Week 2020

WACHS during the month of November promoted NAIDOC and the theme this year was Always Was, Always Will Be. With the help of Latrell Mitchell, Jesse Ramian, Braidon Burns, Tyrell Fuimaono, Will Smith, Will Kennedy and Braydon Trindall we produced a series of video’s that have been showing through... Read More